Talking about corn, I noticed on my latest bag of frozen sweetcorn kernels it says that they must be cooked before eating. Anyone know why? I'm sure I've just defrosted them to use in salads and things.
I used to eat it right out of the garden and then toss the cob to the hogs. Little did I know I was doing it wrong. I also used frozen petite peas in a salad.
Illegitimi non carborundum!
I don't want my last words to be, "I wish I had spent more time doing housework"
We grow lots of corn in GA. When I freeze corn I always blanch the ears or blanch the corn kernal once off. I have a tool that I use to cut the corn off the ears that also removes the "milk", which is where the thickening comes from once it is reduced and heated. You can also, not preferred, add a little whole milk and some corn starch.
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